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NOVEMBER VOL. 1 NO. 10 W W W. M U R R E L L S I N L E T M E S S E N G E R . C O M FREE
‘No Prissy Shoes’ for this author Fall festivals in full swing
By Tim Callahan
Linda Grabeman was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006. A Bible stu-
dent and teacher for years, she went to bookstores looking for a devotional
for women with breast cancer.
“I didn’t want another book on a woman’s journey with breast cancer,”
she said. “I didn’t want to sit where I was; I wanted something to lift my
Her search for a devotional turned up empty, so she decided to write one.
After two mastectomies, chemotherapy, radiation treatment, and recon-
structive surgeries, she is now cancer free and selling her book, No Prissy
Shoes, a 31-day devotional with 313 different Bible verses. She offers
practical and biblical tips ranging from diagnosis to recuperation to re-
Signing books recently at Lee’s Inlet Apothecary, she told the Messenger,
“I am not an English major,” she said. “God was calling me to do it. It was
a God thing.”
She attended a Christian writers conference in Florida, where she met
two women from Washington state who had a self-publishing company,
WinePress. She decided to go with them and has been ecstatic with the re- Alaina gets her face painted at the St. Michael’s Arts and Crafts
sults. She said WinePress sold 200 copies on its web site in the books first Festival. It was one of many community activities going on through-
month of printing, October, which was Breast Cancer Awareness month. out Murrells Inlet and Garden City Beach in the month of October.
See Community Events pages inside for November’s festivities.
Continued on page 11
Murrells Inlet 2020 in financial bind, needs help SJHS student honors mother
Murrells Inlet 2020, a non-profit community re- spot on the Georgetown Tourism Management with 5K race at Commons
vitalization group, is in a serious financial bind, Commission; securing funding to begin the A high school senior who lost someone very
chairman Whitney Hills wrote in a letter shared Business 17 streetscape project and beginning special said she has stopped arguing with her sis-
at a recent Chowder Talk, the semi-annual com- a funding search for the Bypass 17 median ters because the words spoken could be the last
munity update on M2020. beautification project. words her sister ever hears from her – and vice
Contributions have fallen 50 percent below So far in 2010, the group is seeking funding versa.
She wrote a letter to the public recently that ex-
projected budget levels and the group has been for the inlet recycling initiative, completed a
plains a family tragedy, details the beauty slowly
hit with some unexpected expenses. web site redesign at www.murrellinletsc.com,
rising out of the depths, and infers why she is
“We need the community’s support - today - to implemented the Golden Oyster Award for en-
careful about what she says:
be able to continue the same level of service to vironmental stewardship and distributed more
“My name is Rachel McFall. I am 16 years old,
the community,” Hills said. than 10,000 educational coloring books to inlet and I go to St. James High School. My mom
An antiquated computer system and the tables restaurants. [Tamy McFall] died of cardiogenic shock caused
used for the annual oyster roast need to be re- MI 2020’s mission is to promote and advance by a heart attack on August 27. She was 49 and
placed, she said, and donations for the annual infrastructure improvements, enhance environ- would have been 50 on November 21.
Fourth of July firework’s display fund fell short mental education and utilize conservation and “I was planning on holding a surprise birthday
this year. The fireworks cost $15,000; $5,000 preservation methods to secure wetlands for fu- Continued on page 9
more than donations collected. ture generations of residents and visitors.
“To keep Murrells Inlet 2020 in the black we’ve Donations or pledges can be mailed to Mur-
got to have your financial support,” Hill stated.
“Please help by sending the largest contribution
rells Inlet 2020, P.O. Box 1357, Murrells Inlet,
you can afford.” Dr. Worrell honored Murrells Inlet • Garden City
Founded in 1997 and previously called Mur- At the Chowder Talk, the environmental stew-
rells Inlet 2007, MI 2020 has a long list of ac- ardship award was given posthumously to Dr. Send us your news
complishments. In addition to a number of on- Henry Patterson Worrell, of Marion and Mur-
going community projects, contributions the rells Inlet. He died last year. Call us about ads
group made in 2009 included: securing grant The award was accepted by his wife, Hallett,
funding for inlet environmental outreach, which and other members of his family, including
his son, Reed Worrell, former president of the
was done through several projects; completing
landscaping and irrigation for Morse Park beau-
Murrells Inlet Civic Association. 843-344-3197
Dr. Worrell was a dentist, civic leader and
tification; heading up the spring tide clean up
long-time advocate of protecting the state’s E-mail:
and getting rid of four tons of trash; securing a natural resources.
Next Edition His family shared memories of the doctor and
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Guest column: the heist in my little subdivision Paper is now on Facebook
By Heather McKeown
Our little subdivision looks sterile and with- der of the world and more is a bit of common
out individual personalities in play. Each line of
co-joined town houses face each other without
knowledge, I think. This mother and homemaker
is also a very handy person. “Well, Heather, you
discernable lines of communication linking one
to another or another. The color of these identical
don’t have to ask anyone to come over with a
ladder, for Heaven’s sakes, we have one you
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siblings is off-brown, maybe a tad darker than could borrow! In fact, if you need anything, just
beige. The grass looks closer to brown, actually. come right over and I’ll bet we have it right here
There are a few stumps of once-ignored palm in the garage!” As a decorator of her own digs, Editor/Publisher:
trees routed without purpose marking lines of the colors and vibrancy of this woman’s life are Tim Callahan
demarcation between cement driveways. If you one. I could just visit with her for hours just hop- firstname.lastname@example.org
were to walk down this road, you’d be doing so ing that whatever she has in the way of high joy
quite literally, because there’s no sidewalk at all. is contagious.
Just when you think the ME generation has a Contributor:
Well, as I was saying, Sherry and I were chatting
grasp on unrelenting, unrepentant individuality, when I saw someone mosey by her glass front Debbie Callahan
suburbia strikes again! Or so you’d think. door. “What does he want?” I wondered aloud.
I love our little street, though. Because the ano- Turning and heading for the door in one motion,
nymity and conformity bred of some architect Sherry burst onto the front lawn just as this burly Freelance designer:
who had to do the most with a very little, ends fellow said something to his co-pilot. The back Nathan Kirk
where the garage doors open. You can certainly car door was open, a large piece of equipment email@example.com
tell a lot about the population of our develop- on the seat. The car started to roll as the man
ment just by taking a sweeping glance within the who’d just stepped off the sidewalk grabbed Circulation: 4,000 copies available at stores
domain of the space deprived: one’s garage. the car door. I heard, “HEY! WHAT ARE YOU in Murrells Inlet and Garden City Beach.
Across the street, there are a couple of cars DOIN’? THAT’S MY PRESSURE WASHER!
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covered freezer. I didn’t stand and stare. Continued on page 11
Down even further, and it’s such a short stretch,
that “further” means a hundred feet or so, there’s
a garage housing the offal of what were two sep-
arate domains. Now that this abode is composed Messenger Do You
of a merging of families, the yours and mine are
definitely in the doghouse and whatever’s made issue deadlines
the cut is hidden within the home itself, I guess.
That had to be a tough call. Can you imagine,
“But that was Aunt Martha’s lamp by mar-
riage....” or, “But dartboards are so cool as living
Caring for a
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Murrells Inlet women travel to India to teach Editor’s Recommendations
By Tim Callahan Grace Church Waccamaw: offers superb
A few Murrells Inlet women, along with other owns with her husband, David. Lee co-owns Bible teaching with pastor Tim Surratt; vi-
women from the Grand Strand area, are making Lee’s Inlet Apothecary. brant contemporary worship with Warren
another trip to India to plant the gospel soon, us- Bruce Chandler did the art work for the books. and Shane, former professional Christian
ing a book written by Pawleys Island resident Mary Ann and David also run the White Har- musicians, and a growing small group min-
Mary Ann Bishop to teach the Bible. vest Foundation and have taken trips all over istry, led by Gary Wieder. Grace has also just
For two years, teams from the area have trav- started a Sunday school Bible teaching from
Asia spreading the good news.
9 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., with light refreshments
eled to Bihar to teach Bishop’s curriculum and The group held “An Evening of Inspiration
following. The service beings at 10:15 a.m.
train pastors and church planters, who then hop from India” recently at Pawleys Island Commu-
Surratt is the best local Bible teacher I have
on motorcycles and drive to villages to preach nity Church to outline their ministry and raise ever heard in my 25 years as a Christian.
the good news. funds to translate the book into multiple Indian The church is located near the Litchfield Ex-
Bishop, with a writing team, wrote “Servants of languages. Russell and Kristi Johnson led praise change, just south of the Bi-Lo in Litchfield.
the Most High God,” Volume One, a 450-page and worship throughout the evening. Bidding on The church number is 235-6400.
curriculum of Old Testament Bible stories. More items and a raffle were also held. Melissa Dan- Web: www.gracewaccamaw.org
than 1,000 copies of the book, self-published iels and Patti Shoemaker told Bible stories from Christ Church: Like Grace Church Wacca-
through Xulon Press, are translated in Hindi the stage to show how it is done in India. Paw- maw, Christ Church is a daughter church of
and are “in the hands of faithful servants on the leys Island Presbyterian pastor Frank Holsclaw All Saints in Pawleys Island. It has grown out
fields of India,” Bishop said. She has also recent- said the closing prayer. of a theatre and into an awesome building off
ly self-published a second volume with Xulon, A sobering part of the evening was a clip from Prince Creek Drive in just a few years. It has
“Servants of the Most High God, The Birth of a DVD by John Piper that gave some staggering such a strong small group ministry that most
the Church,” with New Testament character’s statistics, and highlighted why a ministry such as members are in one. David Bryan is senior
stories from the Book of Acts, and a curriculum Bishop’s is crucial: pastor. The church number is 357-6184. Web
guide for both books. Two billion people have not heard the gospel. site: www.truthconnection.com
Teaching teams travel to India with books in There are 16,000 people groups in the world Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church: My
hand to teach the curriculum and how to story and 6,000 are still unreached. wife filled in as secretary for two weeks at
board it. Each lesson has principles to be learned Seventy percent of Asians have never heard of PIPC recently and I was impressed with the
which are repeated and emphasized throughout Jesus Christ. hearts of the pastor, Frank Holsclaw, and his
the story, such as “trusting and obeying the Most There are 100,000 missionaries, but only three staff.
High God brings blessings.” percent work among the unreached. Coastal Endodontics: Dr. Scott Eddy is
The writing team is Bishop, Debbie Nordstrom, very good at what he does, which is root ca-
Bishop’s books can be purchased at several on-
nals. He’s done a few for me with no com-
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plications. He is located in the Mingo De-
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Guest column: would you rather listen to a girl, or look like an idiot?
By Joe Scanlon
My family loves the south. Especially the Low- remark that finishing the job off with a little duct in the other.
country and Grand Strand, where we have made tape might make a more secure job. I patiently “Here Ya go, mister, use this and you won’t
our home for the last 40 years. explained that shrink wrap was the last word have to mess with it no more.”
With this in mind, we thought a traditional Low- in packaging and old reliable duct tape was no “Thanks buddy,” I replied. “This shrink wrap
country piece of outdoor furniture would make a longer necessary. She deferred to my masculine sure isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.”
special gift for our grown children. So, one Sat- mastery of such things and we prepared to leave I could feel Joan’s eyes drilling holes in the
urday in August we set out to a big box home the next day. back of my head, but I was unable to return her
improvement store and purchased the raw mate- Things went well until we got to the four lane gaze. To punctuate my lesson in humility, after
rials for the uniquely southern “joggling board.” highways and 60 mph speed limits. After about finally securing our cargo with duct tape, I forgot
(You’ve seen them; a 16’ 2 x 12, suspended be- 30 minutes, the shrink wrap started to unravel to take the gas hose out of the tank and drove off
tween two supports, that you sit on and “joggle” and slap on the top of the SUV with the ferocity with it dangling out of the gas tank of my SUV.
up and down.) But, it’s not the design, construc- of a heavy metal drummer gone mad. One of my brother’s favorite expressions is:
tion or painting of these southern treasures that I pulled over to make a field repair when my “Would you rather be right, or would you rather
makes this an interesting story. The real story is helper suggested we stop and buy some duct tape be happy?”
how transporting one of the 16’ bench seats on at the next exit. “Don’t get excited,” I said. “I’ll I’m modifying that for myself: “Would you
top of a SUV from Pawley’s Island to Kentucky have this fixed in a jiffy without any duct tape.” rather listen to a girl, or would you rather look
became an epic struggle between traditional and Twenty miles later, we now had two insane like an idiot?”
modern technology and feminine practically and heavy metal drummers pounding on the roof of Knowing me, or any other guy, it’s an even
masculine ego. the SUV. It was time to pull into a service station money bet which way we will go in the future.
I returned to the big box home improvement and properly address the problem. (Joe Scanlon is the director of the Counseling
store to buy duct tape and a plastic drop cloth to I was standing on the running board, vainly try- Center of Georgetown.)
wrap the bench in for the trip through the moun- ing to sort through the jungle of tangled shrink
tains to Kentucky. This is when I came upon a wrap, when Joan comes out of the convenience I Believe holiday fundraiser
display of bubble wrap and shrink wrap tape. I store with a tiny roll of children’s duct tape. It The annual “I Believe” holiday fundraiser is
was so excited. I have seen everything from re- was woefully inadequate for the task at hand but, Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. at Captain Dave’s Dockside.
The event has helped hundreds of less fortunate
frigerators to pallets of brick wrapped in shrink I must admit, I felt a sense of relief at the familiar
children to wake up Christmas morning with
wrap – it had to be better than duct tape. I bought and reliable sight of real honest to God duct tape. new bikes, basketball goals, new clothes....
my supplies and returned home with my state of That is when it happened. Collinskids.org, Cliff and Carolyn Ellis Foun-
the art provisions. I heard footsteps approaching and looked be- dation, Help 4 Kids (help4kidssc.org) and Cap-
After I finished bubble wrapping and shrink hind me and out of the glare of the noon day sun tain Dave’s have raised more than $90,000 in the
wrapping and securing the bench to the luggage steps a tall stocky bearded fellow wearing a Car- fundraiser’s previous three years.
rack of our SUV, my better half came out for her hartt jacket and pants, holding a Buck knife® in To donate, or if you have any questions, call
usual ooh’s and aah’s at my handy work. She did one hand and a full man-sized roll of duct tape John Paul Watts at 602-1641.
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Community Events Calendar
Coastal youth ballet theatre D’s in our life, we will be susceptible to despair.” Barb-e-cue and bazaar
Coastal Youth Ballet Theatre is pleased to an- The workshop will include biblical teaching on Delicious BBQ, homemade foods and crafts
nounce the inaugural “Nutcracker Fair,” the “Dealing with the Big D’s” by Barrows and a and family entertainment add up to a day of fun
main fundraiser event for its 2010-2011 Season. panel of local women, who will share their ex- at Belin’s Family Life Center on Nov. 6. Visit
It is a fun Thanksgiving weekend that will usher periences in dealing with these topics. Attend- www.belinumc.org, or call 843-651-5099 for
in the holiday season, featuring an array of re- ees will leave with a plan of action to implement more information.
tail and food vendors, as well as activities for what they have learned into their lives. The event Inlet oyster roast
children and entertainment. This year’s event is for women of all faiths or of no faith back- Held on Nov. 13, from 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at
will take place on the busiest shopping weekend ground. Spud’s Waterfront Dining parking lot off Hwy.
of the year, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 27-28, For more information, e-mail: women2wom- 17 Business, it’s a favorite event for locals and
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Market Commons, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 843-655-9380. A registra- visitors. Oyster eaters belly up to the tables for
Myrtle Beach. tion form is available on line at www.women- an all-you-can-eat afternoon of steamed oysters.
This event will benefit the education, schol- 2womenministry.com A menu of other food items and beer and soda
arship, performance and outreach programs of
Coastal Theatre. For more information, visit: Business 17 holiday sweep are available. Enjoy great offerings from the
“Litter Makes Us Crabby.” Murrells Inlet 2020 Dead Dog Saloon, Creek Ratz, Drunken Jack’s,
sponsors the annual holiday clean up of Highway Divine Fish House, Bovine’s, River City Cafe,
Real women, challenges and purpose 17 Business and surrounding streets. Volunteers The Beaver Bar, Chick-fil-A and more. There is
Local women will bond together to offer also entertainment and 50/50 raffle. Tickets are
should meet at Morse Park Landing at 8 a.m.
strength, hope and encouragement to one an- $25 and can be purchased at Dead Dog Saloon
to receive assignments and supplies. Santa hats
other when Women2Women presents a half day or the Murrells Inlet 2020 office at 4124B Hwy.
will be given out to volunteers. Call MI 2020 at
workshop, from 9 a.m.-noon, at Grace Church 17 Business. Tickets will also be available at the
Waccamaw in Litchfield on Sat., Nov. 6. The 357-2007 for more information.
door for $30. The event is held rain or shine.
workshop, “Dealing with the Big D’s,” is de- 7th annual autumn gala Bring an oyster knife or purchase one for $3
signed to help women gain perspective on the It’s an annual black tie optional event on Nov. at the ticket desk. Call 843-357-2007 for more
damaging affects of disappointment and disillu- 4 that features the exquisite “Taste of Murrells information. The event is sponsored in part by
sionment that can stem from depression, damag- Inlet,” with offerings from over twenty of our WMBF News and HTC.
ing emotions, diet, debt, divorce and death. The fine inlet restaurants. Exciting auction items, a
cost is $30, pre-registration, seven days before night of dancing with Sea Cruz and an open bar Long bay triathalon
event; and $40 at the door. add to the evening’s festivities. Proceeds benefit The Long Bay Triathalon will start at 7:45 a.m.
“The greatest tragedy in life is not death - but
Murrells Inlet 2020. Tickets are $100 per person. on Nov. 14. A triathalon is composed of swim,
what dies inside of us while we live,” says Lydia bike and run. Competitors complete each event
Call 843-357-2007 for more information.
Barrows, Founder of Women2Women. “Without consecutively going for the best time. The 2010
having Truth and tools to help us process the Big Long Bay Spirit Triathalon will consist of a .9
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